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Cadbury Chomp is a chocolate bar which is made by Cadbury and has been around for many years. The chomp is one of Cadburys smaller chocolate bars which I think makes it good for a little treat. The chomp bar is packed in a red wrapper with purple edges and like the picture above has chomp written across it in yellow writing however these days the 'c' of the chomp has teeth to add to the chomp effect. The chomp bar is basically a stick of caramel with Cadbury milk chocolate on the outside and it is delicious. The caramel is really creamy and the milk chocolate is its perfect companion. I can find that chomps are sometimes a little tough to bite into especially if they are cold so be careful with your teeth there are a few times whilst eating a chomp I have had a bit of paranoia about it pulling my teeth out though I am sure in reality it is not that chewy and I am imagining it but be careful all the same. Chomps can be picked up in new agents for around 20p which today is a bargain for a chocolate treat. They can also be bought in multi packs and are a favourite in selection boxes at Christmas. Each chomp is 110kcal which isn't too bad for a little treat I think and it is a little treat because chomps are only about half the size of a normal chocolate bar but I think for what it is the size is just right. I give chomp 5 stars.
Yum.. is what I think when I think about a Chomp! I used to buy these when I was a teenager for 10p... absolutely worth it. Nowadays these things are 15p at least. I suppose as time goes though pretty much everything gets more expensive so I can live with that. Chomps are small chocolate bars that are filled with a hard kind of toffee with chocolate wrapped around. The foil wrapper ensures that you receive the chocolate in its fresh form. When you bite into this chocolate bar you get the softness of the chocolate on the outside and the hard-ish part on the inside. As a combination, they both compliment each other really well. Both brilliant to cure a sweet tooth. I like to put my Chomp in the fridge for a little while so that the chocolate and toffee is hard. Then when you bite into it, both parts are hard and you get a kind of chewy chocolate bar. Something I really really like. Overall I love Chomps and even if they were 20p Id probably still keep buying them. Dont tell Cadbury that though! This is a chocolate bar that I used to always eat as a child and even though Im a fully grown adult now I still enjoy it. However it must be mentioned that too many of these is bad for you. Alot of sugar - not exactly good for your teeth or figure. However I really like Chomps and will always stick up for them!
A Cadbury Chomp is something I used to buy a lot more when I was younger but from time to time now I will purchase them. A Chomp is relatively small and is a bar made up of thick caramel covered in milk chocolate. It is packaged in a red/orange and purple/blue wrapper with the name in yellow lettering on the front. The caramel is quite thick when compared with what you would find in a Cadbury Caramel or a Wispa Gold for example and when combined with the milk chocolate these bars can be quite thick to bite through and so you need to be careful when eating them because of your teeth. Although they are small when compared with something like a Twirl or a Mars bar because the caramel is so thick and difficult to bite off and chew they probably last me just as long. As I mentioned before these are small and so would be suitable for younger children or maybe someone who is trying to be healthier or on a diet as they only contain 55 calories and 2.3g of fat and so would be a lovely occasional treat. These bars retail usually for about 15 pence and so they would also be good for children as they are affordable with any pocket money they might have.
Chomp is a classic chocolate bar from cadburys which can be found in news agents and sweet shops around the country. The wrapper is instantly recognisable with the distinctive cadbury's yellow and purple colours against the red back drop. It is an attractive bar and if you did not know anything about the bar the wrapper would at least make you want to find out. You will find that you will pay around 17p for this chocolate bar. Much higher than the 10 or so pence that it was around 5 or 10 years ago. It seems even chomps have been hit by the credit crunch. This bar is also a lot cheaper than other chocolate bars as it is a lot smaller. This means it can be the ideal solution if you want to give the kids a chocolate bar but not a dull size one. As for the chocolate bar its self it is a chewy caramel centre with milk cadburys chocolate wrapped around it. It is a classic combination that delivers a flavour which works well. One of my main problems with this bar is that the centre is a little too chewy and it sometimes just sticks to your mouth and teeth which does not feel the best. Aside from this the bar taste good and i would have no problem in picking one up if I was looking for a smaller chocolate bar.
When I was a small child, after my Father had been to the shop for the paper on a Sunday he would bring me in one of these. Well.... Either one of these or a fudge which I have also done a review on. (please see if your interested.) Seen as it so yummy I thought I would tell you my experience with it. The chocolate bar comes in a plastic wrapper (recycle) which is mainly red is colour with purple ends. On the front of the wrapper has the Cadbury logo and the name Chomp in big yellow letters which makes the chocolate bar easier to recognise. Along with the name n fab design you will also find the price is also stated on the front. The back of the wrapper has the nutritional information, ingredients, contact details for Cadbury and the best before date. For a better idea on how it looks see picture as above. The Chomp chocolate bar is made by Cadburys, it has a caramel centre with a thin layer of chocolate. The chocolate bar is about 8-9cm in length and is quite thick and chewy. For those with allergies I have included the ingredients. They are as follows: caramel (70%) (glucose syrup, sweetened condensed skimmed milk, vegetable oil, glucose fructose syrup, sugar, flavourings, salt, emulsifier. milk chocolate (sugar, dried whole milk, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, dried whey, vegetable fat, emulsifier, flavourings. ~*~*Contains milk! May contain traces of nuts, egg and soya!!*~*~ You can buy these from most supermarkets and can always be found in your local newsagents. Years ago you used to be able to find them for 10 pence bar, but now what with the credit crunch n all everything has gone up including these chocolate bars which can now be found for 17 pence. . Nutritional values are as follows: Each bar contains: 110kcal 11g sugar 2.6g fat When I was a small child the Chomp was a favourite of mine. In fact even to this day it is still a favourite of mines. As many things these days it a shame to see that they have gone up in price. You know what they say.... Look after those pennies and the pounds look after themselves bit hard to do with everything going up in price. Never the less these chocolate bars are still a great price at 17 pence doesn't break the bank and they are great for children to buy with their pocket money. To be honest with you I think they are just the right size that children should be having. I mean lets me honest chocolate isn't good for children at the best of times but this small bar would be more than enough for them. I really like these if I'm honest I like it when they are in room temperature and as you bite into them, then your jaws go to release and you are removing the chocolate bar from your mouth the stringy caramel stretches with you. Quite funny if I'm honest as I always get into a mess. How ever if the bar comes from the fridge I think you get more taste of the flavour. As you bite into it the thin layer of the chocolate cracks and feels a nice texture in your mouth. I would recommend that you try one and would rate the product a 5 out of 5. I hope that my reivew was of some use to you thanks for taking the time to read it, it s very much appreciated.
Chomp! *Product* Chomp is a chocolate bar with a caramel centre created by Cadbury. The chocolate bar is about 8-9cm in length and is a fairly thick and chewy caramel strip covered in a layer of ridged Cadbury chocolate. *Packaging* The chocolate bar comes in a plastic wrapper (recycle) which is mainly red/orange is colour with purple ends. The front of the wrapper has the Cadbury logo and the name Chomp in big yellow letters making this easily recognisable. The price is also stated on the front. The back of the wrapper has the nutritional information, ingredients, contact details for Cadbury and the best before date. To open the bar, simple tear down the purple end. *Ingredients* caramel (70%) (glucose syrup, sweetened condensed skimmed milk, vegetable oil, glucose fructose syrup, sugar, flavourings, salt, emulsifier. milk chocolate (sugar, dried whole milk, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, dried whey, vegetable fat, emulsifier, flavourings. Contains milk! May contain traces of nuts, egg and soya. *Nutritional Information* Each bar contains 110kcal 11g sugar 2.6g fat *Availability and Price* Available to buy at most convenience stores and corner shops. Priced at approx 15p. Sometimes these show up in selection boxes at Christmas. *My Opinion* A Chomp was a favourite of mine when I was a child (not that long ago) and I didn't realise that these were still available until I spotted them in my local Wilkinsons store. Now at 15p (I think they used to be 10p) I put one into my basket and off I went to the till to pay. The wrapper hasn't changed any from what I can remember and the bar was the same size as it used to be. The chocolate is smooth and quite soft to bite into though my preference is to let the chocolate melt in my mouth and gather the caramel and keep it on my tongue for as long as possible! The caramel is quite firm and very sweet though a little time in a warm mouth will soon melt it and it becomes very creamy and smooth which is wonderful! I feel that the calories for the Chomp are ok though the sugar is a bit high like most chocolates so should be reserved as an occasional treat! At 15p, Chomps are the perfect pocket money treat and always have been for me. I would recommend to anyone who wants a little cheap but quality chocolate fix. Thanks for reading :)
Cadbury chomp is a small bar of chocolate covered caramel. Don't be fooled and think this caramel is similar to what you find in a Cadbury caramel though. For all of you who got tins of Roses, find a blue wrapped chocolate caramel and taste it. That is what the caramel in a chomp is like. Slightly darker but much stiffer and firmer and not gooey so it won't make a mess eveywhere. For comparison, the yellow foil wrapped ones in tins of Roses are what is found in a Cadbury caramel I think. Anyway, this hard caramel is covered in nice chocolate which a usual is pretty good, it can tend to flake off a chomp as you eat it though. These bars only cost 15p and although they are not my favourite chocolate bar at this price range (that would be the Cadbury Freddo) they do make pretty good snacks. E.g. if you haver children and want to buy them a chocolate treat no longer do you have to spend 50p-60p a go, you can buy a chomp and they be be just as happy. You are also giving them less sugar this way due to the slightly smaller size. Even smaller versions are avaiable in the Cadbury childrens variety bags. Nutrition information is: Calories 110g Fat 4.7g
Cadburys make great chocolate no doubts, and also make many chocolate bars in various shapes and sizes. On such bar is the Cadburys Chomp. This is a small milk chocolate bar with a caramel filling. They cost only 15p and come in red and purple packaging with bold yellow lettering for the products name. Now that is a bargain! The size of chomps has not really changed over the years either. They have always been tiny, and as I have been informed they used to be 10p thanks for the update. Now when you open your chomp you confronted with a smooth chocolate finger which is roughly 4 inches long. So when you bite into the chomp through the delicious Cadburys milk chocolate you bite into caramel. The caramel on the inside is not super smooth, its quite stiff and thick and chewy. It doesn't stick to your teeth either which is great, the most annoying thing is having to pick caramel out of your teeth. The chomp Is cheap, chocolaty, caramely and is pretty awesome. Lasting the test of time, I hope chomp goes on for many years to come. The only downer is one chomp and its gone. This one is for smaller mouths I think. A great kids treat!
The Cadbury chomp is one of those really cheap chocolate bars that I always used to get when I was a kid. They used to be just 10p a chomp which is really good value however have gone up to 15p now and I have even seen them being sold for 20p in places which is perhaps the direction there eventually going to go in. They are made by Cadbury the leading chocolate manufacturer in the UK and they usually have the bigger more expensive chocolate bars on the market, however this is just a nice small chocolate bar to kind of treat yourself as a snack without going overboard. Its made up of chewy toffee which is then coated in milk chocolate. The toffee in the middle is really chewy and is great to bite into, its fairly soft usually so its not going to break your teeth however it does take a bit of chewing before you can swallow it which I guess is a good thing as it makes the bar last that little bit longer. The whole thing is then coated in the Cadbury milk chocolate which finished it off perfectly. I always enjoy a chomp, unless they have been in the fridge and then there a big no go, some people may find these a bit too chewy but I think there great.
After my recent re-acquaintance with the Cadbury Curly Wurly, I decided to take a nostalgic look back at another chocolate bar from my youth, and this time, it's the turn of the 'Chomp' - a small milk chocolate bar with a caramel filling. Costing only 15p for the 25g bar, the Chomp comes wrapped in red packaging with yellow text. Prise-wise, the Chomp has pretty much stayed the same over the years, although I do have vague memories of it being 10p at some time in the distant past. There aren't many chocolate bars which you can buy for such a small total - apart from our favourite snack-amphibian 'Freddo Frog' of course. Taste & Appearance - - - - - - - - - - - - - Upon opening the Chomp, the prospective eater is presented with a smooth and flat piece of chocolate which is around 10cms in length - a whole 9cms shorter than the Curly Wurly. Biting into the chocolate coating reveals a chewy caramel interior which has a pleasant taste. The Chomp seems to be identical to the Curly Wurly in terms of its flavour, only differing due to the fact that it's shorter, slightly thicker, and doesn't have holes running down it. Ingredients - - - - - - - The Chomp contains; Caramel (70%) (Glucose Syrup, Sweetened Condensed Skimmed Milk, Vegetable Oil, Glucose-fructose Syrup, ugar, Flavourings, Salt, Emulsifier (E471), Milk Chocolate (Sugar, Dreid Whole Milk, Cocao Butter, Cocao Mass, Dried Whey, Vegetable Fat, Emulsifier (E442), and Flavouring). Final Word - - - - - - - - Although tasty and cheap, I won't be purchasing future Chomps, due to the fact that they are finished in a couple of bites, and therefore seem to be a bit of a pointless investment. Of course, this limited size does have its plus points, and on this occasion it's the fact that each Chomp only contains 55 calories, which I suppose isn't very much for an entire chocolate bar - one for the kids only I think.
When talking about budget price chocolate, one of the most loved is the Chomp bar, which at the current price of 15p competes with the small Milky Bars, Fudges and Freddo's for the loose change in a child's pockets. The bar comes in a yellow and orange wrapper, with the background colour looking a bit like that from the Fudge, and the same manufacturer (Cadbury's) it's perhaps only naturally to assume these are going to be worth their money every single time. Whilst at school, our school did (originally) have a bit of a tuck shop thing going (this was stopped whilst I was in second or third year, with the government telling we were getting fat...thanks Tony). One of the great things about tuck shops at school, was I always had change left after lunch and I've always had a sweet tooth, so I spent about 6 months alternating between the three bars on offer (Chomp, Taz and Freddo) at a budget range. Life used to be so much easier back then you see. So back to the bar, which is a thin and shallow bar, about the same length as a fudge so it is a matter that you're not getting a huge bar for little money, it's a small bar for little money but what's it taste like (and also remember "little money" is around a 1/3 of the average chocolate bar price now a days). When opened the bar is meant to be smooth chocolate coating over a sticky toffee centre...for some reason mine appears to have leaked a bit, but that seems to be a problem with caramel based bars now a days. Biting into the bars reminds me of the dairy milk caramel bar as far as the taste goes, though the centre is less runny and much more solid and even chewy which is nice. Chewy caramel should be the next step forward, then caramel that you can buy like sections of toffee singularly wrapped...one of the problems that can sometimes happen with Chomps is that the chocolate can break off a little bit too easy, and like a Curly Wurly they can become messy and wasteful. However they are cheap, it is Cadbury's chocolate, it does have caramel and it's nice and tasty yet remains chewy, a lovely pairing. Nutritional Information (per bar) 110 Calories 0.7g Protein 16.0g Carbohydrates (11.0g Sugars) 4.7g Fat (2.6g Saturates) 0.1g Fibre 0.05g Sodium (0.1g Salt equivalent) Although there is no weight on the bar, it's about 23-25g for each one. The bars may contain Nut, Egg and Soya but does contain Milk, Vegetable Oil and Dried Whey as well as E442 and E471 (both emulsifiers). As far as budget bars go, I wouldn't call it my favourite, or the best, though it is no worse than any of the others available. It lasts longer than a milky way (and is significantly larger), it's perhaps not as cute as the freddo but who really adores the designs on chocolate? And it may not have the classical feel to it that a Fudge does, but when you're just eating a chocolate based snack...it's easy to not care. The bar is nice, it's cheap and very edible, if you're a fan of Curly Wurly's, caramels or just like chocolate and don't have much money these should be ideal for you.
These are milk chocolate bars with a chewy caramel centre. The packaging is an attractive red foil with modern yellow lettering .The only down side to the packaging is that sometimes the toffee sticks to the inside of the packet making it a bit difficult to open. It is clearly aimed at children and retails for 15p. This is presumably considered a pocket money treat, although most kids these days have more available cash than the average adult! Still these have been around for a while; they started out at 10p when I was a teenager so a 5p increase in 10 years isn't too bad. They have probably diminished in size over this time but I have nothing to back up this statement, it just seems like everything had shrunk since I was a kid! The milk chocolate is Cadbury's so straight away we know its quality, and the chewy toffee is creamy and delicious, everything you would expect from a Cadbury product. The best way to describe the taste is it's like an inside out éclair. They are good little snacks for when you just want a bit of chocolate about ½ an hour before you eat, or to stretch the kids out when they're moaning they're hungry every five minutes. Stats wise 460 calories per 100g and 19.9g of fat so not the healthiest choice but lets face it , its not going to be its full of sugar !
Gone are the days where I could nip down to my newsagents and buy a Chomp for 10p . One of the reasons being that they don't sell them anymore and two they've gone up in price-by a staggering 5p! Whilst looking at my bar it's just screaming to be eaten however I have already eaten one and I'll shortly be having my dinner so I'm going to restrain myself for a bit longer. I have also noticed that they have somehow shrunk. Now I was watching some programme a while back when they were talking about this particular topic, one of the companies actually said that it was because they were thinking of the consumer and didn't want them to become overweight by making the bars of chocolate too big. Maybe in some cases that is a good idea but with a Chomp?! There was hardly anything there to begin with! Anyhow it's still in its usual foil wrapper and bright colours which is always good as you more or less know what bar you've bought. Instantly recognisable. It even says on the packet that it costs 15p so no sneaky shop owners making you pay extra when it clearly says how much the cost is. It's such a simple bar you can't think about why it's so popular. Maybe it's down to the fact that milk chocolate and caramel are a perfect combination. Whilst the inside of the thin bar is a soft and chewy with a light caramel taste. Without too much sweetness it has a milky chocolate covering to give it an added flavour. It is chewy without the feeling that it's going to pull your teeth out as well which is always a good sign on a decent chocolate bar. Each bar contain 110 calories so considering how small it is doesn't appear to be all that brilliant, it also has 4.7g of fat but I figure that as long as you don't eat too many of them there's no problem! You don't see them around so often nowadays, I got mine from Wilkinsons which is a shop which seems to sell all the chocolate and sweets which you might of thought weren't being produced anymore. Despite it's increase of 5p and the decrease of its size it still tastes nice and is perfectly acceptable in my mind to use as part of a snack between meals to get a quick sugar fix.
These are perfect for a quick chocolately snack, the only problem is you will want more than one of them! For those of you who don't know, a chomp is a small chocolate bar (Cadbury's) with a caramel center. Whenever i think of caramel i think of loverly runny stuff! But this caramel is harder and very chewy. It has a layer of Cadbury's chocolate all the way round this caramel. These used to cost 15p but the price has started rising to about 20p depending on where you find them. You can find them at local newsagents and most shopping stores such as Tesco and Asda. The packaging of this product is simple yet eye catching. It is in a shiny foil wrapper that keeps the treat fresh. The colour of this is bright red with the classic 'Cadbury purple' on each end; with the word 'Chomp' written on the front in a bright yellow and fun font writing. It also has a the Cadbury's logo in the top corner. These have a great familiar taste you will recognise if you eat Cadbury's quite often. You get the melting feeling of the Cadbury chocolate when you suck this in your mouth. You can put them in the fridge which makes the caramel hard and a different experience all together. The taste of the caramel is really nice, which is something because i don't often each things like that! This is a great treat on the go or after your tea for an evening snack! Nutritional info (23g bar) - Calories 110 Protein 0.7g Carbohydrate 16g (of which sugars) 11g Fat 4.7g Saturated fat 2.6g
This chocolate bar ranges from being ten pence to about twenty pence. They are like small little pocket money barrs and i tend to buy them when i am trying to get change for the bus. They are very yummy as they have a chewy caramel centre which gets stuck in your teeth and makes your jaw sore! The taste is usually good though because as the chewy caramel gets stuck in your teeth the yummy chocolate usualyl breaks in your mouth and makes it taste loads better. It has a red packet with yellow bold block writing on it with some purple put through it so it is quite hard to miss! It is one of my favourties to come across in selection boxes as they usually make you rememebr about how good they taste as you usually forget! They are great to buy just before the bus as they last a long time! :D
A mini chocolate bar with a caramel centre.